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An unpublished article written the week of the sinking of the Russian Nuclear submarine Kursk speculating as to the cause of the sinking - a hot running torpedo. This article was sent to the National Post, Globe and Mail and Vancouver Sun.
The author predicts that upwards of sixteen or so men would have survived the initial explosion and sinking in the aft section of the nuclear powered submarine ... when the wreck is lifted off the bottom the count will have been found to be 23.
Had one of the Canadian news papers published this article they would have scooped the rest of the world and also helped in the diplomatic efforts then underway ... to their misfortune ... they missed the boat ...


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